Le 2011-06-15 14:11, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions a écrit :
On 06/15/2011 01:59 PM, Marc Paré wrote:
As we are to test the software for the next meeting I thought that we
could post when we are on Mumble on this thread. So, if you are
logged in to Mumble, just leave a note letting up know when you are
on and perhaps how long you will be on. This way we can test it out
for our next meeting.
I am presently on Mumble 13:57 and should be on Mumble till around
15:00. My client is on.
What is Mumble?
Do you need to have a sound card with microphone attached?
I do not have too much abilities to use a mic on my systems, at this
Something about the hardware and software support for full duplexing
with the OS.
Actually my only good mic died a few years back and I never replaced
it. What I have now does not give any good quality, but was enough to
the the hardware.
Yes, you would need a microphone. If I remember correctly you are on
Ubuntu. I believe the Mumble client is in the repositories and it is the
latest client. You could log in to Mumble and just listen through your
speakers if you wish and "talk" to the rest of the people through chat.
I have asked for "Admin" rights on Mumble so that I can "Add" people
onto the service. I have not hear back yet.
To join the service. Set you Mumble to:
Connect to vm3.documentfoundation.org, port 64738 with your desired
username, then right klick on your user in the channel list and select
"register". Let me know when you have done this and hopefully I will
have the Admin rights by then. The people who have Admin rights are:
Alex Werner (email@example.com) (he set up the TDF Mumble
server) and David Nelson (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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